ileftmyheartindixie:

Found this today while looking for the halter my horse mysteriously managed to slip

ileftmyheartindixie:

Found this today while looking for the halter my horse mysteriously managed to slip

"Being with him made my brain quiet. I didn’t have to invent a thing."
Jonathan Safran Foer, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. (via theburnthatkeepseverything)

songsofthesilent:

ARTFULLY ARTLESS CRAFT GIVEAWAY

Here it is, number two! In celebration of 3650 followers on tumblr, and over 600 Etsy admirers!

Rules:

  • Must be following Me, Songsofthesilent
  • Reblogs count as entries. Reblog as many times as you’d like! Each reblog counts as one entry.
  • This is an international giveaway.
  • I will check that these rules are followed!

What you’ll get:

  • One Hand painted mink skull
  • One adjustable doll eye ring
  • One Hex Breaker mink bone and glass eye necklace.
  • One Artist Charm
  • One rose petal and mouse jaw vial pendant.
  • One Dye Cut Cicada sticker

Feel free to check out my Etsy Shop: Artfully Artless

And like my facebook page!

Winner will be announced May 1, 2014

Good luck!!

"To know a man’s library is, in some measure, to know a man’s mind."
roachpatrol:

archiemcphee:

Forget Google Glass, Android Wear, Smartwatches or contact lenses that give you night vision. Instead let’s talk about the awesomeness that is this 17th century Chinese abacus ring. It’s wearable tech from the Qing Dynasty, perhaps the world’s oldest smart ring.
Measuring a mere 1.2 centimeter-long by 0.7 centimeter-wide, the miniature abacus is a fully functional counting tool, but it’s so tiny that using it requires an equally dainty tool, such as a pin, to manipulate the beads, which are each less than one millimeter long.

"However, this is no problem for this abacus’s primary user—the ancient Chinese lady, for she only needs to pick one from her many hairpins."

[via Fashionably Geek and Gizmodo]

oh my god ancient chinese ladies knew where it was at

roachpatrol:

archiemcphee:

Forget Google Glass, Android Wear, Smartwatches or contact lenses that give you night vision. Instead let’s talk about the awesomeness that is this 17th century Chinese abacus ring. It’s wearable tech from the Qing Dynasty, perhaps the world’s oldest smart ring.

Measuring a mere 1.2 centimeter-long by 0.7 centimeter-wide, the miniature abacus is a fully functional counting tool, but it’s so tiny that using it requires an equally dainty tool, such as a pin, to manipulate the beads, which are each less than one millimeter long.

"However, this is no problem for this abacus’s primary user—the ancient Chinese lady, for she only needs to pick one from her many hairpins."

[via Fashionably Geek and Gizmodo]

oh my god ancient chinese ladies knew where it was at

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Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XSi
baylenlevore:

Done by Baylen Levore
Asheville, NCFreaks N Geeks Tattoo Sideshowinstagram: @baylenlevoreBaylenlevore@gmail.comtumblr:Baylenlevore

baylenlevore:

Done by Baylen Levore

Asheville, NC

Freaks N Geeks Tattoo Sideshow

instagram: @baylenlevore
Baylenlevore@gmail.com
tumblr:Baylenlevore

vintageanchorbooks:

"50-50" by Langston Hughes"I’m all alone in this world, she said, Ain’t got nobody to share my bed, Ain’t got nobody to hold my hand— The truth of the matter’s I ain’t got no man. Big Boy opened his mouth and said, Trouble with you is You ain’t got no head! If you had a head and used your mind You could have me with you All the time. She answered, Babe, what must I do? He said, Share your bed— And your money, too.”

vintageanchorbooks:

"50-50" by Langston Hughes

"I’m all alone in this world, she said,
Ain’t got nobody to share my bed,
Ain’t got nobody to hold my hand—
The truth of the matter’s
I ain’t got no man.

Big Boy opened his mouth and said,
Trouble with you is
You ain’t got no head!
If you had a head and used your mind
You could have me with you
All the time.

She answered, Babe, what must I do?

He said, Share your bed—
And your money, too.”

silent-tundra:

jedavu:

Amazing Face-Paintings Transform Models Into The 2D Works Of Famous Artists

by  Valeriya Kutsan

If this isn’t the tightest shit you’ve seen then get the hell out of my face.

vintageanchorbooks:

Literary drinking spots you can actually visit…

Cerveceria - The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway (Plaza de Jesus, 7, Madrid, Spain: Cerveceriascervantes.com)

The Spaniards Inn - Dracula by Bram Stoker (Spaniards Rd, Hampstead, London, UK: thespaniardshampstead.co.uk)

The Newman Arms - 1984 by George Orwell (23 Rathbone Street, Fitzrovia, London, UK: Newmanarms.co.uk)

Jamaica Inn – Jamaica Inn by Daphne du Maurier (Bolventor, Launceston, Cornwall, UK: Jamaicainn.co.uk)

Davy Byrne’s - Ulysses by James Joyce (21 Duke St, Dublin, Ireland: Davybyrnes.com/)

The Grapes - Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens: 76 Narrow St, London, UK: Thegrapes.co.uk)

Le Deux Magots, Paris - Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov (6 Place Saint-Germain des Prés, 75006 Paris, France: Lesdeuxmagots.fr)

The Oxford Bar - The Inspector Rebus Series by Ian Rankin (8 Young St, Edinburgh, UK: Oxfordbar.co.uk)

 Langham Hotel Bar - Sherlock Holmes Series by Arthur Conan Doyle (1C Portland Pl, London, UK: London.langhamhotels.co.uk) 

The Admiral Benbow - Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson (6 Chapel St, Penzance, UK: Theadmiralbenbowpub.co.uk)

 Source: http://shortlist.com/entertainment/books/literary-drinking-spots-you-can-actually-visit

Marlon Brando and Paul Newman with cats

noblebeast:

Astrological Map // Becca Stadtlander

noblebeast:

Astrological Map // Becca Stadtlander